Did anyone else see the weird helix shaped light fixtures being fitted in front of Regent Plaza this morning? I wonder what the Plaza’s management is trying to do – combine lessons in DNA and overusing energy saver tubelights at the same time?

4 Comments so far

  1. umar (unregistered) on July 2nd, 2005 @ 1:05 pm

    yes i noticed it… but i was getting late for work so didnt think about it. next time i will take a picture.

  2. alias (unregistered) on July 2nd, 2005 @ 8:46 pm

    hehe… I talked to the management abt it and they said it looks good.

    Speaking of hotels, though, Regent Plaza completely revamped its business and executive rooms, and they look awesome! I also got the chance to visit Sheraton’s executive rooms last week and they don’t even come close to Regent’s. Check it out when you guys get the chance.

  3. Sheikh Chilli (unregistered) on July 5th, 2005 @ 4:31 am

    Two DNA strands on the far right had blown a fuse

    tonight. Plus several of the tubelight bulbs on

    those that were ‘on’, had gone on the blink.

    I went to a wedding at the Regent Plaza (formerly

    Taj Mahal Hotel) last winter. We were bitten to

    shreds by the mosquitos. The chairs were rickety

    and cheap. The napkins damp and oily (that’s be-

    fore we used them), the food atrotious and the

    service nonexistant. For parking, the Regent has

    hijacked the adjacent plot and charge parking

    fee from the guests. Lovely.

    Seems like nothing has changed over the years. :)

  4. Danial Baweja (unregistered) on December 6th, 2005 @ 10:43 am

    Dear Mr Shiekh Chilli,

    As suggests your name, you seem to be putting a lot of chilli in your messages. About Regent Plaza’s management, it’s amazing that you were bitten by mosquitoes and you got filthy napkins, first of all this all seems to be extremely exaggerated, i have never come across this ever in my life.

    Secondly the parking lot is not hijacked niether does regent plaza charge for it’s parking. The plot is owned and managed by the Army Monitoring Cell, who upon looking at the traffic, at Regent Plaza, constructed walls around the plot and started charging them money for parking, knowingly that the entire traffic at sharah faisal gets disturbed due to that if there’z a big event in the hotel.

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